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Coronavirus in Scotland: Fears over 'cost of living crisis' amid Covid-19 pandemic

Posted On: 9 Apr 2020   |   Posted By: Herald Scotland

SCOTLAND is facing a “cost of living” crisis as people struggle to pay bills and food amid the pandemic.

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